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Fishing opportunities abound in metro


There’s no need to head north to land a lunker. There are plenty of quality fishing spots for families to enjoy right in the metro area. (submitted photo/Minnesota DNR)

 While heading north for a  big fishing trip may be a Minnesota tradition, people living in the Twin Cities need not worry about missing out on quality angling if circumstances keep them at home.

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22
May

SSP preschool enrollment open

The South St. Paul Community Preschool Program has openings and continues to accept registration at the Early Learning Office, 1541 Fifth Ave. S., for preschool classes that start in September and continue throughout the school year.

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22
May

Local high school student experiences legislative process firsthand

Convent of the Visitation High School junior Mary Kathryn Schneeman participated earlier this month in the Minnesota House of Representatives high school page program at the state Capitol in St. Paul. 

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22
May

Visitation welcomes new director of enrollment

Elizabeth Cutter-Wilson has been selected as Visitation School’s new director of enrollment. Cutter-Wilson is a 2000 alumna of the school.

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22
May

Mendota Heights Misukanis running for Dist. 52 Senate seat


Mark Misukanis

Mendota Heights resident Mark Misukanis received the Republican Party endorsement in the Minnesota Senate District 52 race.

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22
May

The singer and the navigators


The Menomonie High School Concert Chorus recently performed in St. Paul’s Chapel in New York City, directed by their music teacher Audric Buhr.

I had always hoped that someday I would get to New York City and attend a concert at Carnegie Hall, but I never expected that the time would finally come because my teenage granddaughter was performing on the renowned stage.

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15
May

Taking a step back in time


Mike Capecchi and his mom, Becky, looked at letter Mike wrote for the time capsule where he wrote that he wanted to be a police man, and yes, that is what he became! (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Somerset Elementary opens time capsule

On April 30, Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights unveiled the contents of a time capsule buried in 1996.

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15
May

Dakota County EMS Advisory Council recognizes first responders

During National Emergency Medical Services Week each May, the Dakota County EMS Advisory Council honors first responders, providers and others who have made exceptional contributions to emergency services.

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May

Election filing opens May 17

Candidate filing for the 2016 election will be open May 17 through May 31 for individuals to have their names on the ballot this fall.

 

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15
May

a whole new world


Hossam Abdelraheem, far left, host family was Jeremy and Jenni Hein along with their kids Justin, Jordan and Jenna. (submitted photos)

Imagine having the opportunity to go to a different country by yourself when you are 16 or 17 years old. 

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